Former "Full House" star Candace Cameron Bure is incredibly happy with her life right now; she is a mother, actress, author, and is currently working with UP! TV on new shows. The mother of three has a new book out about juggling her responsibilities and the blessings that come with having a family; she also hinted that there could be a "Full House" reunion in the future, delighting fans everywhere.
"Everyone talks about it and we've all talked about it, but who knows?" Bure told ABC News. "It'd be really fun. I've always said I'd be up for it if it happens."
Bure played eldest sister D.J. Tanner on the iconic family series before taking time away from TV and films in order to start, and focus on, her family with professional hockey player Val Bure. The two have been married for 17 years and have three children; they decided together not to hire any personal assistants or nannies to help raise the children.
"People think I'm this great mom and doing it all so perfectly," Bure told MailOnline in an exclusive interview. "And while I'm appreciative, they're not 100 percent truthful. I don't want people to think I'm this perfect woman who has it all together, because I don't. No one does it perfect 100 percent of the time."
She recently wrote about the challenges of maintaining family and a career in her new book "Balancing It All: My Story of Juggling Priorities and Purpose." This is the second book for the star, who went public with her battle against bulimia in her first book "Reshaping it All." Bure is incredibly grateful to have a husband who is "incredibly hands on" with their children and credits him with helping her career.
"I could not do it myself and balance without my husband's help. He does so much with the kids. When I'm out of town he does everything and vice versa," she explained.
The two make their family a priority but still manage to maintain separate careers, which have included more TV movies for the actress.